Hawkesmill Nurseries Sweet strawberry seasonal starters to order now

by | Mar 12, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments

Hawkesmill

Warwickshire based Hawkesmill Nurseries the family run business, grow over 3.5?million plants throughout the year, but did you know apart from perennials, grasses and alpines they have a?tempting range of?edibles too?? And the Hawkesmill team love their strawberries.

The?sumptuous selection of?strawberries on offer from Hawkesmill?are supplied?in 9cm square pots. These summer fruiting favourites are an ever-popular and fast selling line in the Garden Centre Plantaria.?The?14 varieties of strawberries?are chosen for their excellent flavour, colour and yield. These include Cambridge Favourite, Elsanta, Gasana, Florence,?Toscana?and Hapil, to name but a few.

The nations favourite fruit, is supplied with full colour barcoded lock in labels and Hawkesmill also offer six packs, 6 x 9cm pots, full colour carry handle, seasonal selection, 14 packs per shelf and 84 to a trolley.

Sales director Richard Evans said: ?Strawberries and the different varieties are becoming ever more popular with our customers, our bright and contemporary labels and super healthy plants will bring spring joy to any display!”

Garden retailers can contact the company for more information about?collections and general availability by contacting the company on 01676 532334 or by emailing sales@hawkesmillnurseries.co.uk

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